On November 15, 2012, a landowner found two white-tail does and a fawn shot and left to to waste, five miles south of Conrad.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden Rod Duty said, “they were shot multiple times. It was a senseless shooting.”
FWP and State game wardens need your help to find who poached three white-tailed deer alongside Gravel Pit Road.
If you have any information about this poaching, please call 1-800-TIPMONT. Rewards are available and informants are kept confidential.
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